OK, so it's not really a curse, but I wanted to go ahead and purchase the John Grisham movies on DVD, and while they are all actually available, four out of the seven have quirks that really make them rather unattractive. The Pelican Brief and A Time to Kill are both still being sold as "flippers" since they were produced back in the early days of DVD before dual layer became prevalent. I hope Warner Bros. will think about releasing these in dual layer format (can't be that hard). The Rainmaker and The Gingerbread Man are both non-anamorphic DVDs. Again, these are screaming for re-releases with some new anamorphic transfers. So that leaves The Firm, The Client and The Chamber as the three DVDs that got it right. No flippers and for the most part, nice looking anamorphic transfers. It would be nice to see the two Warner Bros. DVDs redone in dual layer right away. I know these two movies actually look and sound rather nice already, but this is DVD and not laserdisc and I don't want to stop the movie, turn the lights on, flip over the disc and start the second half of the movie. The other two DVDs need some new anamorphic transfers and the Grisham movies on DVD would be complete.